A lot of DC is coming our way, and it might feel a tad overwhelming to keep track of what's filming and when.
Producer Deborah Snyder has our backs, as she lays down the crazy production schedule for the entire DC Extended Universe. Take out your calendars and get set to take notes, people!
"So 'Suicide Squad' is in post and that comes out later this summer, and 'Wonder Woman,' we just finished most of the bulk of principal photography in London. They’re taking a two-week hiatus so Gal [Gadot] can come and do press, and then we go back and shoot the Themyscira sections in Italy, and then come back for some pickups in London, just some green screen and some tank work, and things like that. We start 'Justice League' April 11 and that is at Leavesden, mostly on stage and some locations around there as well as Iceland and I think a beat in Scotland at the end of the schedule. And we are working with James Wan on the development of the 'Aquaman' script right now, and I’m hoping that sometime first quarter of next year we’ll be in production on that movie as well as working on the script for 'Flash.' So it’s a little busy!"
Only a little busy, then, Deborah.
Justice League is set to start filming on April 11, around the time we'll be gifted with behind-the-scenes photos and videos, right? I know we're all dying to see more costumes on characters like Flash, Mera and Cyborg.
The Justice League Part One will hit theaters on November 17, 2017. Having said that, it is very likely that the studio could push the release back to a later date.
[Source: Comic Book Movie]